Trade Apple CEO Tim Cook said today his company wants to continue assembling the Mac Pro computer in the U.S., after President Donald Trump warned the company that his administration would not exempt key components from tariffs if production were moved to China. "We've been making the Mac Pro in the United States and we want to continue doing that," Cook told Wall Street analysts on an earnings call.Story Continued Below The Wall Street Journal reported in June that Apple was planning to move production of its latest Mac Pro from Texas to China, and Apple requested that 15 components of the desktop computer be excluded from the 25 percent tariffs that Trump has slapped on a broad range of goods imported from China. The president took aim at the iPhone maker in his Twitter feed Friday. "Apple will not be given Tariff waiver, or relief, for Mac Pro parts that are made in China. Make them in the USA, no Tariffs!" he tweeted.But Cook said the company is increasing its capacity to … [Read more...] about Tim Cook: Apple wants to keep assembling Mac Pro in the U.S.
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During a recent interview at Apple’s developer conference, CEO Tim Cook stated in an interview that a lack of digital privacy is bad for democracy and insisted that Apple is not a monopoly. During a recent interview with CBS News at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked if he thought the company was too big, to which Cook replied: “No. I don’t think so. I think that with – but with size, I think scrutiny is fair. I think we should be scrutinized. But if you look at our – any kind of measure about is Apple a monopoly or not, I don’t think anybody reasonable is gonna come to the conclusion that Apple’s a monopoly.”Cook continued: “Our share is much more modest. We don’t have a dominant position in any market … You know, our share of smartphones in the U.S. is typically in the high 30s or so, mid-30s. On PCs, it’s lower than that. And so on and so forth and so … [Read more...] about Tim Cook: Apple Isn’t a ‘Monopoly’
Apple is reportedly on a shopping spree. The company's CEO, Tim Cook, told CNBC that it's bought 20 to 25 companies in the last six months, up from 18 acquisitions last year. "We acquire everything that we need that can fit and has a strategic purpose to it. And so we acquire a company on average, every two to three weeks," Cook told CNBC in an interview published Monday.Apple didn't immediately respond to request for comment, but Cook told CNBC that the deals aren't usually public because the company is looking for "talent and intellectual property." Apple's latest earnings report shows that the company has a massive purchasing power of $225.4 billion in cash on hand. Some of Apple's previous acquisitions include Beats in 2014 and the Texture magazine app in 2018. Now playing: Watch this: Spotify doubles Apple Music members, Google offers autodelete... 1:21 … [Read more...] about Tim Cook: Apple bought 20 to 25 companies in the past six months
caption Apple CEO Tim Cook and Donald Trump. source Reuters US President Donald Trump says he called Apple CEO Tim Cook, “Tim Cook Apple,” not “Tim Apple.” Axios reported that Trump defended his remark during an evening with donors at his Mar-a-Lago Florida retreat. Trump was widely ridiculed for the “Tim Apple” comment, and even Cook himself took it in good humor. Donald Trump is trying to style out one of his more bizarre moments. The US president was widely ridiculed last week when he referred to Apple CEO Tim Cook as “Tim Apple” during a meeting at the White House. Even Cook himself, who was sat right next to Trump, made light of the incident, replacing his last name with the Apple logo on his Twitter profile. Ivanka Trump, who was sat the other side of her father, also laughed it off. Read more: Tim Cook just changed his name to Tim Apple on Twitter But now Trump is arguing that the … [Read more...] about Trump says he did say Tim Cook, he just said ‘Cook’ really quietly
Lisa Eadicicco, provided by Published 8:40 am PST, Thursday, March 7, 2019 Tim Cook (right), CEO Apple warms his hands near the fireplace on Aaron Levie's tablet as Aaron Levie (left), CEO , co-founder and chairman BOX looks on at the start of their fireside chat, A Conversation Between Tim Cook and Aaron Levie, at the Moscone Center at BoxWorks 2015 on Tuesday, September 29, 2015 in San Francisco, Calif. Aaron Levie and Tim Cook kicked off the BoxWorks20155 with a fireside chat, A Conversation with Tim Cook and Aaron Levie, which included discussion about the future of Apple regarding enterprise, the ability of technology, partnerships to deliver better solutions for customers and business and technology impacting social issues. less Tim Cook (right), CEO Apple warms his hands near the fireplace on Aaron Levie's tablet as Aaron Levie (left), CEO , co-founder and chairman BOX looks on at the start of their fireside chat, A Conversation ... more … [Read more...] about Apple CEO Tim Cook explains why you don’t need a college degree to be successful (AAPL)